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DeWalt DCF887N 18V XR Brushless Impact Driver (Body Only) £66.99 @ manomano
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DeWalt DCF887N 18V XR Brushless Impact Driver (Body Only) £66.99 @ manomano

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Posted 5th Feb

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Features:
High power brushless motor outputting up to 205Nm of torque ensures heavy applications are completed quickly
Application control is achieved through 3 motor speeds and torque settings including PrecisionDrive
PrecisionDrive mode offers additional control in screwdriving applications to avoid material and fastener damage
Super lightweight and compact the tool is very comfortable to use and fits in small spaces
3 x LED "Halo" light ring offers excellent workpiece lighting
Compatible with all DeWalt 18V XR battery packs
1/4" (6.35mm) ‘drop in‘ bit holder allows for quick, one handed fitment

Please note – this is a body only item and does not include a battery or charger.
Comes with:
Belt hook
Magnetic bit holder
Specification:
Voltage: 18 V
Max Torque: 205 Nm
Power Output: 400 Watt
No Load Speed: 0-1000, 0-2800, 0-3250 rpm
Impacts per Minute: 0 - 3800 ipm
Bit Holder: 6.35mm (1/4")
Weight: 0.94 kg
Length: 134 mm
Height: 195 mm
Hand/Arm Vibration – Impact: 22 m/s²
Uncertainty K 1 (Vibration): 2.1 m/s²
Sound Pressure: 96 dB(A)
Sound Pressure Uncertainty: 3 dB(A)
Sound Power: 107 dB(A)
Sound Power Uncertainty: 3 dB(A)
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This will only fit Dewalt Batteries.
Edited by: "GeordieAffy2014" 6th Feb
Is this the best impact driver they do? I get confused which models is the best as they do about 3 all look the same
tovtm05/02/2020 23:18

Is this the best impact driver they do? I get confused which models is the …Is this the best impact driver they do? I get confused which models is the best as they do about 3 all look the same


General rule is the higher the 3 digit number in the model code, the better. This is a good one but not their best.
Rich87_05/02/2020 23:22

General rule is the higher the 3 digit number in the model code, the …General rule is the higher the 3 digit number in the model code, the better. This is a good one but not their best.


I don't think thats really correct tbh as the DCF888 only has the added feature of Bluetooth which most don't really need.

The DCF888 is identical to this one in terms of torque and features.

I'm happy to be corrected as I'm new to the Dewalt tool range.
tovtm05/02/2020 23:18

Is this the best impact driver they do? I get confused which models is the …Is this the best impact driver they do? I get confused which models is the best as they do about 3 all look the same


Yeah I believe so.
As above...think 888 is just Bluetooth extra, buy it.... its a bargain at this price point!!!
Here was a load of squit when they first came out that they were Dodgy and would burn out but I and many others never had the issue so 🤷

It's a cracking deal, !!!
Will this work with the Makita 18V battery from Amazon posted on here recently?
UberPark06/02/2020 08:01

Will this work with the Makita 18V battery from Amazon posted on here …Will this work with the Makita 18V battery from Amazon posted on here recently?


Nope.
Will this work with a 18v 1.5 bauker battery
f2raf06/02/2020 08:22

Will this work with a 18v 1.5 bauker battery


Unlikely.
It's designed to fit Dewalt XR batteries.
Steal of a deal.
Own this one, paid 20 more than this for it and think it's well worth it at this price... Just make sure you select the right power setting for the job, broken a few things by underestimating how powerful it is.
Anyone buying one of these might be interested in one of THESE to fit into the TSTAK system.

That link is for a multipack, but can be bought for £4 each.
Would it work with stanley fatman batteries?
ALBDeals06/02/2020 09:01

Would it work with stanley fatman batteries?


No unfortunately not.
GeordieAffy201405/02/2020 23:32

I don't think thats really correct tbh as the DCF888 only has the added …I don't think thats really correct tbh as the DCF888 only has the added feature of Bluetooth which most don't really need.The DCF888 is identical to this one in terms of torque and features.I'm happy to be corrected as I'm new to the Dewalt tool range.


If the 888 has an added feature it is still better whether you will use that feature or not. So my comment still stands.

Like most companies and products, the newer more improved products that are released follow a numbering structure that increases as better equipped products are released.
Rich87_06/02/2020 09:39

If the 888 has an added feature it is still better whether you will use …If the 888 has an added feature it is still better whether you will use that feature or not. So my comment still stands.Like most companies and products, the newer more improved products that are released follow a numbering structure that increases as better equipped products are released.


Its wholly perceptive as to whether its 'better' or not. If the feature is unused and you pay more for the device is it still better? I've used 20 year old tools that would surpass half the crap on the market today. Newer and alledegly more improved does not always make it better. Depends on what the user needs.
bwestwood06/02/2020 10:05

Its wholly perceptive as to whether its 'better' or not. If the feature is …Its wholly perceptive as to whether its 'better' or not. If the feature is unused and you pay more for the device is it still better? I've used 20 year old tools that would surpass half the crap on the market today. Newer and alledegly more improved does not always make it better. Depends on what the user needs.



Doesn't change the fact that it has more features though, in this case a useful feature for a busy worksite if you keep losing your tools in the mess of the site, but not so useful for an everyday DIY-er. But anyway in my initial response to the question asking if this is the best driver they do, I was thinking more of the DCF894 which is a much more powerful driver. Still, this is a very good driver at a great price.
bwestwood06/02/2020 10:05

Its wholly perceptive as to whether its 'better' or not. If the feature is …Its wholly perceptive as to whether its 'better' or not. If the feature is unused and you pay more for the device is it still better? I've used 20 year old tools that would surpass half the crap on the market today. Newer and alledegly more improved does not always make it better. Depends on what the user needs.


Name me one cordless powertool from 20y ago thats better than anything available today.
Rich87_06/02/2020 10:49

I was thinking more of the DCF894 which is a much more powerful driver. …I was thinking more of the DCF894 which is a much more powerful driver. Still, this is a very good driver at a great price.


That's because it's an impact wrench.
Edited by: "Wizzfizz" 6th Feb
Rich87_06/02/2020 10:49

Doesn't change the fact that it has more features though, in this case a …Doesn't change the fact that it has more features though, in this case a useful feature for a busy worksite if you keep losing your tools in the mess of the site, but not so useful for an everyday DIY-er. But anyway in my initial response to the question asking if this is the best driver they do, I was thinking more of the DCF894 which is a much more powerful driver. Still, this is a very good driver at a great price.


Thats what im going for the impact wrench and just getting an adapter to use as a driver, that wrench is a beast for its size.
I have the 888, great tool!
Rich87_06/02/2020 10:49

Doesn't change the fact that it has more features though, in this case a …Doesn't change the fact that it has more features though, in this case a useful feature for a busy worksite if you keep losing your tools in the mess of the site, but not so useful for an everyday DIY-er. But anyway in my initial response to the question asking if this is the best driver they do, I was thinking more of the DCF894 which is a much more powerful driver. Still, this is a very good driver at a great price.


I believe the 89x series are impact wrenches, not impact drivers.

Also, as a side note to the 887 vs 888, I watched a youtube review that stated that the 888 is better than the 887 (excluding the bluetooth additions)

He said that the 2x 887's he tested overheated and smoked, yet the 888 (which even he said was supposedly the same mechanically) didn't.

So maybe newer versions of the same internals.

EDIT:

887 Problem Discussion
The 887 test
The 888 review by the same guy

Yes the guy is annoying, and likes to talk. But he is someone who runs a construction business and actually uses these things regularly.
Edited by: "Rhoobarb" 6th Feb
Ahh VCG Construction, they aren't on Milwaukee's payrole in anyway *cough*
Wizzfizz06/02/2020 12:15

Ahh VCG Construction, they aren't on Milwaukee's payrole in anyway *cough* …Ahh VCG Construction, they aren't on Milwaukee's payrole in anyway *cough*



Meh, if it were the case to just bag on DeWalt, they woundn't have said that the 888 worked better and was capable, they would have said that the 888 was just as bad.


If you watch enough videos you will see that he does like DeWalt gear as much as Milwaukee's.
Edited by: "Rhoobarb" 6th Feb
Rhoobarb06/02/2020 12:16

Meh, if it were the case to bag on DeWalt, they woundlt have said that the …Meh, if it were the case to bag on DeWalt, they woundlt have said that the 888 worked better, they would have said that the 888 was just as bad.


Yeah if you want to believe that. They clearly get paid to promote Milwaukee products and slate DeWalt.
Wizzfizz06/02/2020 12:17

Yeah if you want to believe that. They clearly get paid to promote …Yeah if you want to believe that. They clearly get paid to promote Milwaukee products and slate DeWalt.


It's not about what I want to believe, he reviews DeWalt gear positively and negatively, same as he does the Milwaukee gear.
Not quite sure what there is to "believe" about it.

If he says this DeWalt xxx is pretty good, should I "believe" that he is slating it?
Edited by: "Rhoobarb" 6th Feb
Right on, as I said if that's what you want to believe.
Yep, I do believe in facts.

In his recent trade show videos, he is all over the DeWalt gear, getting all excited. Can't say I saw any Milwaukee stuff on it.

And even if he was paid by Milwaukee to slate DeWalt, he isn't doing a very good job. It was his review of the 888 that convinced me to get mine, because I was going to go for the 887.
Edited by: "Rhoobarb" 6th Feb
Any more ninja edits?
Edited by: "Wizzfizz" 6th Feb
I can’t help but think of Bluetooth support meaning that the driver can connect to Bluetooth headphones and redirect its noise through the headphones. Added bonus if it becomes silent to those that don’t wear the headphones

Bought one, thanks.
Can anyone point me at a charger and battery for this ?? I'm stuck. .
Steven_Mccurdy23/02/2020 21:31

Can anyone point me at a charger and battery for this ?? I'm stuck. .


Going by this message I can only assume you are a DIYer like myself.

If so then 2ah will be plenty and lightweight for this however if you plan to use and abuse for long periods of time then get something larger however personally I'd rather have 2 small batteries than one large one. Tbh at the minute I'm looking at investing in 2ah Batteries as I only have the large 5ah one at the minute and using that with the drill does add a bit of weight and size. My mate has a impact driver and the 2ah are perfect for it ... Keeps it light and easy to use.

Dewalt DCB115 charger will charge a 2ah battery in just 30mins.

toolden.co.uk/acc…wcB

And here is a 2ah Battery ...

toolden.co.uk/acc…wcB
Thank you so much yes just sit and want something that will work with this my list drille died so need a complete restart. . . Debating a cheap drill and battery but thinking this might be bette rjuat mor fiddly
Steven_Mccurdy23/02/2020 23:22

Thank you so much yes just sit and want something that will work with this …Thank you so much yes just sit and want something that will work with this my list drille died so need a complete restart. . . Debating a cheap drill and battery but thinking this might be bette rjuat mor fiddly


If you want my advice don't buy this.

Buy a Combi Drill. It will be sufficient as both obviously nothing compares to these impact drivers however for DIYers trust me Combi Drill is the way forward. Obviously if you can afford both then that's different lol.

I bought the DCD796 that comes as a complete and a decent deal going at the minute at Toolstation.
Edited by: "GeordieAffy2014" 23rd Feb
Steven_Mccurdy23/02/2020 23:22

Thank you so much yes just sit and want something that will work with this …Thank you so much yes just sit and want something that will work with this my list drille died so need a complete restart. . . Debating a cheap drill and battery but thinking this might be bette rjuat mor fiddly


hotukdeals.com/dea…839

Actually a deal I posted a few weeks back.
Cracking deal
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